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Murder Case: JAC demands submission of chargesheet for quick delivery of justice

The JAC against the killing of Loushambam Rabichandra Singh has demanded to appoint well-qualified and experienced police officers as investigating officers of the case to deliver justice in a fair manner.

ByIFP Bureau

Updated 2 May 2022, 3:50 pm

(Representational Image: Unsplash)
(Representational Image: Unsplash)

A Joint Action Committee (JAC) against the killing of Loushambam Rabichandra Singh has demanded the authorities concerned to arrest all the culprits/accused persons who were involved in the alleged killing of L Rabichandra Singh at earliest by taking up all necessary steps.

During a press conference at Manipur Press Club on Monday, secretary of the JAC, Akoijam Birjit Singh said that Loushambam Rabichandra Singh, 28 years, son of L Ibobi Singh of Nongpak Sanjenbam Khullen, Imphal East district, who worked at the Fishery Farm situated at Nongren, succumbed to his injuries on April 26 after he was beaten up by some unknown miscreants on April 24.

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In connection with the incident, a complaint was lodged at Lamlai Police Station on April 26 against Longjam Jackson alias Sanjit, owner of the farm house from Hiyanglam Makha Leikei, Kakching district and others on the grounds of suspicion that the deceased was beaten up by Jackson with the support of some other persons. On the same day, Jackson was arrested by the police and it is revealed from the interrogation that L Rabichandra Singh was murdered by him and his men, he added.

Birjit stated that though the main culprit was known through interrogation, the chargesheet wasn’t submitted yet and appealed to the authorities concerned to submit the required chargesheet within the prescribed time period so that the accused would not escape on bail.

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The JAC also demanded to appoint well-qualified and experienced police officers as investigating officers of the case to deliver justice in a fair manner. To give adequate compensation to the bereaved parents as the victim was the bread earner of his family and clear the debt that incurred in his treatment, Birjit said that the state government should take the case seriously to prevent form such heinous crime.

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First published:2 May 2022, 3:50 pm

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IMPHAL, Manipur

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